Big Tim’s Crock-Pot BBQ Beef

So all the credit to this one goes out to my awesome friend Tim.  He just started his Paleo Journey and is destroying it one awesome meal at a time.  This man is dedicated and has a huge heart and always goes out of his way to show his appreciation for anything you do as well as passing on all his knowledge to anyone who needs it. Thanks Tim keep up the great work.  Enjoy

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Big Tim's Crock-Pot BBQ Beef
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Serves: 6
  • 3-5 lb boneless chuck roast
  • 1 large white onion
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1 orange bell pepper
  • 2 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp dried basil
  • 1 tsp dried oregano
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • ¼ cup beef broth
  1. Mix all of your dry spices together in a mixing bowl and set aside
  2. Cut up your onions into large chunks and cut your peppers into long slices
  3. Using a very sharp knife, cut your chuck roast into 4-6 large pieces ensuring you cut against the grain
  4. Toss all of your cuts of meat in the seasoning mixture and ensure you coat all sides of every piece of meat
  5. Using half of your vegetables, line the bottom of your crock pot and then place half of your meat on those vegetables
  6. Put the other half of your vegetables in your crock pot and then put in the rest of your meat
  7. Pour in your beef stock, cover and cook on low for 8 hours
  8. When the meat is done, remove all the meat pieces and vegetables and drain the crock pot
  9. Place all the meat back in and shred with two forks
  10. Pour in as much as my new Beast BBQ Sauce as you would like and mix well
  11. Cover and place on low for 30 minutes to let all the flavors meld together
  12. Serve and Enjoy with anything you like, this would work great over a bed of Cauliflower Rice

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  1. question! I’m making this right now and it smells divine. Do you shred up the peppers and onions with the meat or do you just serve them with the meat? thanks!

  2. This is my FAVORITE paleo meal. I am trying to track my nutriontal values for better control of my intake and output. Where can I find the nutrional info for this? thanks.

  3. So excited to try this I just stuck it in the crock-pot! Do you think it would change anything if I cooked it on high for 4 hours instead of on low for 8?

    Thanks for all the great recipes!

  4. I just made this today. It smelled like heaven cooking and it tasted like it too. This is seriously delicious. I’m doing a 21 day sugar detox and this hit the spot to get me through.

  5. I made this yesterday and my hubby didn’t wait for me to make the accompanying BBQ sauce before helping himself!! I’m just making the sauce now and it smells amazing. Thank you for all these great recipes!

  6. Hi George,
    I’m making this with the linked BBQ sauce for dinner – it tastes great so far as I sample it! Thank you for all of your recipes – I love following your blog because they’re always so good. Anyway, is there any possible use for the drained beef broth/juices, or is it only good for the garbage/drain??
    Thanks again,

  7. Great recipe, but I do have one note about #11.
    You say to let the flavors “MOLD.” Might I suggest you use the word “MELD” instead? I think it would be a better word when describing a food unless you are speaking of blue cheese, even though they are both correct.
    Anyway, this is a great recipe and I made it this weekend.
    Keep up the good work.

  8. Thanks for posting this recipe. I’m slowing getting the family converted to paleo and this sauce served with the pulled pork was absolutely delicious. We’re making another batch tonight to go with the beef pot roast. Yum!!

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